Morning Dew, Mexicali Blues, Dire Wolf, Beat It On Down The Line, Brown Eyed Women, Black Throated Wind, Don't Ease Me In, El Paso, They Love Each Other, Big River, Loser, Playin' In The Band Bertha-> Promised Land, Row Jimmy, Jack Straw, Here Comes Sunshine, Weather Report Suite Prelude-> Weather Report Suite Part 1-> Let It Grow-> Dark Star Jam-> Eyes Of The World-> Sugar Magnolia
unknown audience recording via David Minor encoded by Matt Vernon and Marc Pujol
August 6, 2013 Subject:
This AUD is harsh, jangly, crowd-heavy, bassless and often hard to listen to, but it's worth it to be able to listen to in your car. At home, stream the matrix version, which is to die for soundwise.
Listened to 1st set so far. Rip-roarin'. Now the 2nd. Unbelievable 2nd set jam, with at least one of the best Eyes ever if not THE best.
April 14, 2013 Subject:
This run in Boston is tight, good vibes. Love the HCS.
July 7, 2012 Subject:
This is officially released as Dick's Picks Vol. 14 in much better sound quality. The 'Eyes of the World' is the standout here. The jam build momentum like a giant snowball and even blends into a Slipknot jam at around the 14 minute mark. Great stuff!!!
September 14, 2011 Subject:
Great show; get DP 14
This show imho is about as good as 12/2, if only it weren't for 12/2's legendary second set jam. But there are a lot of gems on this one including a great TLEO, HCSS, Weather Report AND one of the very best Eyes of the World of 1973. The nearly 10 min. Dark Star jam is really interesting too.
4 stars for AUD sound, but don't pass on by!
June 18, 2009 Subject:
Glad to hear it again
Poor sound quality or not, this show was AMAZING.
Miss Divine -
May 13, 2009 Subject:
I adore this Dew....time seems to stretch into moments of beauty and tranquility during this opener. And then cowboy songs!!
March 18, 2009 Subject:
should big river be after they love each other? On dicks picks 14 big river is before TLEO. not sure why.
February 4, 2008 Subject:
I like the raw nature of this audience recording. It transports me to that day even though I was born 2 years earlier. The greatest piece of music I ever heard was "eyes of the world". This rendition is close, but not quite yet, although they build tension in this version and then break loose. The version I heard, it felt like the entire band exploded into little pieces of energy all at the same time. This eyes is close to that moment. A good listen.
October 5, 2007 Subject:
watson, can you hear me?
sounds like it was recorded through 2 tin cans attached by a string. Pity, because Eyes has a lot of NRG.
February 8, 2006 Subject:
Some Great Moments, A Few flaws
I had to turn this one way up on my Rocker (a chair outfitted with a speaker on either side and a subwoofer in back). The sound had some definite hiss to it. However, there were some wonderful moments. A beautiful, long, and powerful Morning Dew began the show. I skipped BIODL, my least favorite song. However, Black Throated Wind followed, which is My Jam. One of the best versions of this classic to be sure. A searing Loser followed a blistering Big River. The Playing to close was aMAZEing. The second set begins like a first set with a high energy Bertha>Promised Land. The sound gets weird in Row Jimmy. I must say that some of the spacier jams leads my mind to wonder a bit. I was happy withe the faster more rockin songs with the audience clapping along. However, the Sugar Mag cuts out before the Sunshine Daydream. Urggh!